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Health Motivation Tip #38

 

10 Best Ways To Measure Your Progress…

An extremely important part of your Thin MD experience is being able to measure your progress.

Body fat testing is super easy and fast. You can get it done at our office almost any time of day. It’s also a good idea to take before and after photos and post them somewhere you’ll see them “every day”.

But most importantly, measure 5-10 different aspects of your progress.

Our most successful clients measure everything in their life that’s effected by their body shape, normally on a simple scale from 1-10, such as:

– their daily energy level
– their attitude
– the way they feel when they look in the mirror
– the way they fit into their clothes
– the compliments they get from people
– their level of mental focus
– their waist, hips, and thigh measurements
– their body weight
– their body-fat level
– their endurance in their workouts
– etc, etc, etc…

Make a long list of ways you can measure YOUR progress – but be sure to include things that are truly important to you. If having loads of energy is important to you, than you should be measuring your energy level every day so you can see the increase.

On the other hand, if you already have a lot of daily energy, than you might not want to measure that – you might prefer to measure other things that are more important to you at the stage of life your currently at.

Watch the video above, take time to design your list, then chart your progress in a daily journal every day for each of the categories on your list.

Your goal is to do better every week!

If you need help, or you want faster, better results – then call my office now.

We have simple ways to help you look and feel YEARS and YEARS younger at a very affordable rate!

Call now for details:
(904) 694-0992

Here’s to your health,
Dr Anthony Capasso MD
Founder, Thin MD Med Spa

PS: We help our clients look YEARS YOUNGER – what’s your superpower?


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